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Brooks & Khouri Cop top prizes at JCDC Visual Arts Competition 2012

Hope Brooks accepts her prize of a cellular phone from LIME

Hope Brooks’ painting ‘Slavery Trilogy Sequel: Where Have We Come?

New Live Series Birthed at Wicky Wacky

One Drop Band performs at Wicky Wacky Routz

The wind coming off the Caribbean sea gusted through the grounds, while the sea frothed and foamed on the beach below. Wicky Wacky, a quaint sea-side venue in Bull Bay, St. Andrew, which evokes words like irie and ital, is alive with the sounds of Reggae and dub.

Lunch with Poetry on the Side - Speak Lunch

Fabian Thomas reads at the June rendition of Speak Lunch

It's lunch time in New Kingston, the heart of the city’s business district.  Under the huge guango tree which stretches out its branches behind the offices of the Ministry of Tourism, creating an oasis from the heat threatening to stifle the city, a few poets and poetry lovers come to share

Kapo Gallery opened at National Gallery of Jamaica

Adam and Eve by Mallica 'Kapo' Reynolds

The works of intuitive artist Mallica ‘Kapo’ Reynolds O.D. has rejoined the permanent display at the National Gallery of Jamaica (NGJ) with the opening of the Kapo Gallery.

Gloria Lannaman's Classic Stanley, Fay, Pularchie and P Returns to the Stage

Cast members of Stanley, Fay, Pularchie and P (contributed photo)

A Jamaican classic is returning to the boards this summer with the re-staging of Gloria Lannaman’s historical play Stanley, Fay, Pularchie and P.

KOTE 2012: Opening the 'I' in Identity

Kingston on the Edge

Kingston is getting ready to showcase its artsy side with the return of the festival Kingston on the Edge (KOTE), under the theme Identity, The Opened I.

Donovan 'Police' Campbell crowned The Contender 2012

Donovan 'Police' Campbell

The Wray and Nephew Contender second season finale brought the unprecedented scenario of a throng of Jamaicans calling for a police beating.

Sean Paul drops his Tomahawk Technique at Fiction

Sean Paul at the launch of Tomahawk Technique at Fiction Nightclub

It’s been approximately six years since Sean Paul released an album but last night, Wednesday night, June 13, 2012,  Tomahawk Technique, the artist’s fifth studio, received its Jamaican launch at the Fiction Night Club, Kingston.

Paradise Revealed - Launch of Pictures From Paradise

Mariel Brown, co-editor of Pictures from Paradise

'Chinaman' Cops Commonwealth Book Prize 2012

Karunatilaka's Chinaman cops the CW Book Prize 2012

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